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* CLASSIFIED IS YOUR MARKET PLACE-PHONE RO. 9-2451 * MISC. FOR $ALE „ 24 PETS & SUPPLIES 30 SERVICES M LEGAL NOTICE WANTED RougSh Hemlock Rough Hardwoods HO WAR!? SMITH PAPER MILL CORNWALL Inquire at MULHOLLANDS LUMBER CORP. Maple St. Rd. Massena, N. Y. RO 9-0265 WEIMARANER dog, 1% year old, AKC registered, silver grey, good disposition, good hunter. 9-7567 after 6 p.m. FEED, HAY, GRAIN 33 ALFALFA, Clover and Timothy j Hay for sale or exchange for i cattle. Dial 4-8340. HELP MALE 34 YOUNG MAN with ambition and initiative for sales position. Sal- ary, commission, car allowance. Excellent opportunity for future Singer Sewing Maenine Co., oi Main. Dial 9-7516. SUP COVERS DRAPERIES Home Decorations SAAC'S Dept. Store 260 E. Orris St. RO 9-7696 WANTED—man between 25 and 35 capable of driving tractor trailer van engaged in moving household goods. Steady em- ployment for right man. Must be able to furnish good refer- ences. Dial 4-0453. HICK BROODER, used once, 12. Also large feeders and foun- am. Dial 9-o769. T0RKLINE BABY crib, inner pring mattress, good condition, easonable. Inq. 83 Perkins Rd. °X12 TENT, used only two eks. Picket and wire fence, e\v bow and arrow, 125 pounds ull- Hattie Carroll, Ryan's railer Ct., Brasher Falls. RELIABLE person wanted to succeed Dean Ierlan as Raw- leigh Dealer in West St. Law- rence County. Experience not necessary. Splendid- opportunity to establish profitable business of your own by continuing route service. Write Rawleigh's Dept. NYE-1J3-162, Albany, N. Y. Arthur Converse Water Well DriUing Contractor Use New Drive Shoe and Casing Phone RO 9-8231 Collect HELP MALE, FEMALE 36 RANSPLANTED toma toes, weef and hot peppers, 45c a o^en. lupines, pansies, phlox; olumbines. many others. J. E. LaCombe. 14 miles past radio station. Winthrop Road. THREE pool tables, show case 4$d cash register. Dial 9-6424. LARGE QUANTITY of good gravel. Arnold Symonds. Phone Malone 313W2. OMELITE chain saws, brush aws. pumps, generators. Doug aPoint. end of Urban Highway, addington Rd. Dial 9-8719. LD MANURE for gardens and -ubberv. C. F. Goodrich, op- site VFW. Dial 9-8093. INCH ATLAS tilt arbor cir- lar saw. like new. Dial 9-5529 ter 8 p.m. RY HARD SLAB wood, four rd load delivered $19. Phone otsdam CO-7-5140. . COLLECTOR Part Time to Service Monthly Magazine Accounts, Experience An Asset But Not Essential, Car Necessary. Write - - - Collection Manager PERIODICAL PUBLISHERS Service frureau 541 Central Ave., . Albany 6, N. Y. BILL'S Rubber Stamps All Kinds Including Signatures -- Also -- WEDDING STATIONERY Engraved or Plain WINTHROP N.Y. POTSDAM ROAD EVergrten 9*2104 POWER AUiHOKITY OF 1HE STAlfc OF AEW YORK ' AjuVERTlSE.uEiVi Fuli PROPOSALS FOK LANUSCAPlNG CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS, WAL&S AND TERRACES Ax' LONG SAUiVl ifAM, OVERLOOKS, BEACHES AND OTHER LOCATIONS NEAR MASbEiVA ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY, »\EW YORft. SPECIFICATIONS NO. PA-3-11041 ST. LAWRENCE CONTRACT NO. 53 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: CARPENTER work of all kinds, free estimates. Dial 9-8746 or i Leach St. GARDEN PLOWING with a Ford Tractor and Harrows. Dial 9-6927 Robert Miller. THE MASSENA OBSERVER, MOlfAY, MAY 11, 1959 Neighbors Should Cooperate To Control Elm Leaf Beetle Syracuse (Special) — Elm I How? trees, in some ways, have char-1 By spreading* from nearby acteristics that are generally id- trees that were, not sprayed in entified with human beings!' [the first place. * That is the analogy made by} Therefore, 'it is best for a tree experts from the State Uni- group of neighbors to spray all versity College of Forestry at at the same time, so as to des- Syracuse University. jtw>y the beetles as completely An elm tree — when its res- aslt is jpossible to do. istance has been drastically I What is the best way to do it? weakened by minor illnesses Dr. Miller recommends that (like defoliation by elm leaf (spray solutions be applied in beetles) — becomes a target; mid-May or early June. The The Power Authority of, the State fOT more serious -insect and di- trees should be sprayed shortly of New York will receive sealed ; sease problems. , after daybreak. That is when the proposals for Landscaping and Dr. Howard C. Miller, assoe-1 air is calm. And you also avoid SS St ?SSL„ of .. RO f£» *2Sf iate P rofessor of biological the possibility of spray drifting Sn Overlooks Beaches and SCienCe and forest extension I to nearby buildings and cars. ffi Ste neHlassS ir?!?^ ^^^ at Dr. M^ler advises home owners St. Lawrence County, New York, tne Colie & e °* Foresrty, urges to use any of the following so- until 10:30 A.M. Eastern Day- , tiiat Proper care be given to New lutkras light Saving Time on the 28th j York state's beautiful shade day of May, 1959, at the Au- i trees, lest they be weakened and Levitt Assails f&overnor For His Tax Raising Plan In Speechat Plattsburg thority's Office, 18th Floor, The Coliseum Tower, 10 ~ Columbus Circle, New York 19, New York, at which time and place the pro- posals will be publicly opened and read aloud. The estimated quantities of destroyed. \Protect them now from the elm leaf beetle,\ advises Dr. Miller, \and they will.be less of an attraction to the tiny elm bark beetles, the carriers of the the principal items of work are fungus which causes Dutch Elm NOTICE 41 LARGE garden plot to be had free for the care of it. Dial 9-2971. THE VFW Auxiliary is now con- ducting its annual sale of Su- perior Products to help in their patriotic work. The cooperation of the public in ordering these products will be greatly appre- ciated. SED 1938 EVINRUDE Motors ery size. Used 1957 boats: used at trailers. Used saddles and ding equipment., E. B^BoukJs* W 12X14 TENT, also large frigtrator Both for $40. Leon- d Sharlow, 12 Grasmere. ?E - COMBINATION - SAFE, ireproof. Ideal for home, office r small business. Price new 175. prief now $60. Dial 9-6586 to 5 p.m. RS 26 Beat the Gas Tax BUY THE NEW 1959 RAMBLER — NOW — AT FOURNIA MOTOR SALES 7 CENTER ST. RO 9-3547 ' f Your Car Is In Need of Repair, Inquire About Our Easy BUDGET PAYMENT PLAN FAY MOTORS INC, CADILLAC PONTIAC VAUXHALL 0 WILLOW RO 94K9 SAFE BUY used car quarters, Massena Lincoln ry Mtrs. Inc., East Orris 0-9-2336 Massena. HUDSON Hornet four door, Good shape. Dial 4-0434. PLYMOUTH, Dial 9-6582. four door, PAINTING, interior and exter- ior work done by hour or job. Dial 9-6827. RADIO-TV-LAB. All work guar- anteed, reasonable. Antennas, rotars repaired and moved. 9- 3153 or 9-9665. PLANT a garden, plowed by rotary plow. Dial 9-7285 for ap- pointment. Ralph Sharp Sr. SHEET ROCK applied and fin shed. All kinds of ceilings ial 9-3823. GARDEN and lawn tilling. Dial 9-2995, James Ouimet, 27 Ames St. TO CLOSE ESTATE: DESIRABLE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON *.,^_.CESEEER .. ~_ STREET ,NEAR NEW BRIDGE — Call — ROckwell 9-5161 AUCTIONS 42 AUCTION Thursday, May 14, 1 p.m. on Chase Mills - Louisville road. Household goods, tractor and tractor drawn equipment. Fred Noblett owner, John Ber- wick, auctioneer. SERVICES — 43 Luna For Expert Repair and Satisfaction Be Sure to Bring Your HI-FI to . .. Massena Service Center Inc. PETER J. OTTO TV Service Mgr. Roger Foster, Mgr. Appliance Repair Star Route, Massena RO 9-3778 PART TIME carpenter work, power tools. $2 per hour. Phone Norwood FL-3-2315. THTNKTN6 of building a new home or remodeling. Call Curt Murray. 9-8298. CARPENTER and cabinet work, counter tops, wall and floor tile, all kinds remodeling or new work. Free help, job planning. Dial 9-3456 before 7:30 a.m. or around 6 p.m. as follows: Foundation Course Gravel 4,670 cu. yds. Bituminous Macadam 1,030 cu. yds. Asphaltic Concrete Pavements 610 cu yds. Concrete in Curbs and Structures 144 cu. yds. Concrete Terraces and Walks 320 cu. yds. disease. For a complete description of the elm leaf beetle -its life cyc- le. Ithe amount of damage it can cause, etc. — and how to con- trol it, get a free copy of the four page pamphlet entitled \Elm Leaf Beetle.\ Send a postal card to: Extension Division, State Un- iversity College of Forestry at University, Syracuse 10, N.Y. Topsoiling 101 acres Seeding 156 acres Syracuse All bituminous paving and \ concrete work shall be complet- _. , . „ t ed on or before September 1, I Tne elm ^af beetle begins its 1959, and all other work under destruction in May. That's the the contract shall be completed time it first emerges from its on or before November 1, 1959. : Winter quarters to fly to elm Plans, Specifications and Pro- trees. posal Forms for the work may be obtained from the Power Au- thority of the State of New York. 18th Floor, The Coliseum Tower, 10 Columbu? Circle, New York 19, New York, upon application and prepayment of a fee of Ten Dollars ($10.00) per initial set of contract documents, and Five Dollars ($5.00 > per set for addi- tional sets, no part of which will be refunded. Plans, Specifica- tions and Proposal Forms for the work will be on file in the authority's office and in the offices of the Engineer. Uhl. Hall & Rich, 230 Congress Street, Boston 10, Massachusetts, and Together with its offspring, the larvae, it chews on the leaves 'til they get semi-transparent, skeletonized appearance — or 'til they curl, turn brown and drop from the tree. These greenisli-yellow pests are cagey little things — and they're only one-quarter of an inch long! To get away from their natur- al enemies — the, insects, birds and weather — elm beetles spend their Winters in house attics, unused chimneys and barns. Thus, when warm weather Three effective formulas may be applied with a hydraulic spray; (1) Two pounds of 50 per cent wettable DDT powder per 100 gallons of water; or (2) Four pounds of lead ar- senate per 100 gallons of water, plus one pint offish oil (or other suitable 'sticker; or '3) Two pounds of ground cube or derris root (four t,o five per cent rotenone) per 100 gallons of water. > IDDT is the most effective) spray — but extreme caution is advised, because it may increase damage from mites by killing their natural enefies. Ground cube or derris root — although a little more expensive — may be Plattsburgh — State Comptrol- ler Arthur Levitt Thursday night accused Governor Rockefeller and the Republicans of the State Legislature of oveBtaxing per- sons with low and modest incom- es while at the same time grant- ing tax relief to a favored few. He spoke at the annual dinner of the Clinton County Democrat- ic Committee. * Attending from Massena were Walter Basrajian, A. Clark Cook Charles Smith, William Shutts and Lennie Pelfian. Levitt said that Rockefeller has enacted a regressive tax program which increased the rel- ative share of taxes paid by per- sons with modest 'incomes. This was done, Levitt said, de- spite the governor's awareness of the ftsct that his'tax proposals would yield s revenue surplus of more than S100 million. Surplus 'Not Sinful' Levitt said that a surplus, is not sinful and that if it were di- rected to education, direct help to the retarded! and other edu optional fields it would be com mendable. Instead, he said, there is every indication that surplus will go to help a few of the favored. Levitt said that at the same time the governor was lowering tax exemptions to pay for his preferred because it is not pois- business-oriented program, he onous to animals or human be- was panting tax relief and spec- ks i ial concessions to corporate exec- The \Elm Leaf Beetle\ pam-1 utives ~ t^ 0 \* l =^ st able to P a y- hplet is the eighth in a seAes of I Levitt - ±e onl y Democrat elect 15 free leaflets the State Univer- sity College of Forestry at Syra- ed to state office in the Republi- can victory of last November, cuse University is distributing to {**& that durin S the flrst four the public this Spring. Colorfully ..months of the Rockefeller admin- illustrated from cover to cover, | Nation he has been disregard- the publications are designed toi e °- provide the public with the lat- j This segregation, he said, is dc any less important to the state welfare to attraet and retain, top. flight educators, scientists, doc- tors and other professional peo- ple? \These latter will not qualify for this tax benefit, nor will far* liters, wage earners or small buisness men\ he said. \How can the governor justify tax relief for a few and the larg- est increase in state history &<r everyone else?\ he asked. \As a practical matter, hg^r? can special interest tax conces- sions attract business executive* to New York when our neighbor* ing states, Connecticut, New «Jei\ sey and Pennsylvania, have J income tax at all?\ he asked, - Levitt assailed Republican ae- tion in rushing througn special interest legislation on the .final day of the session without hear- ings or debates. Levitt said he has just begun to fight. ' _ - He urged Democrats to seek grassroot support of a program povrnnvr' tn New V«\+ State while serving as fl iiicasu.- I .. >-•! the Republican parly *• . iJto*ik-C ft HELP SELF laundry for public use.- Eight wringer type wash- ers and six automatics. Plenty oi soft hot water. 12c if we do the laundry- Prices reasonable. We dry clothes at 6c a lb. Red Barn Laundry, 3's miles east on Roosevelt Highway. Dial 9-9390. ALEX'S LIGHT trucking, rub- bish removed etc. Phone 9-2319 or J & C Tower 9-7643. EN FREGOE'S Television Service, local calls S2 also an- tennas moved and repaired. Dial 9-6293. LAWN MOWERS. hand and power, sharpened. Also welding, burning, threading, drilling, and lathe work. Kinney's Machine Shop, Winthrop Road. ED'S FLOORi Serre. Sanding and finishing new <ind old floors. Free estimates. Dial 4-0620. WANTED T46 TO BUY house on rental basis. Dial 4-0044. COUPLE desire camp on river near Reynolds. Write PO Box 3, Massena. WELL to dig by hand or any Vind of digging. 67 Martin, 9-3169. may be inspected by prospective I C omes, they flv into settled areas bidders during office hours^ _ most generall the rized Bids must be made and re- : . . . . f turned in duplicate in accord-, oraamental , trees f ound . on ance with instructions contained ! streets. parks and private in the information for Bidders grounds. Guarantee wil) be required ^itb To destroy elm leaf beetles than 20 percent of gross sum completely, the entire commun- foid. ity must get behind proper con- f The light is reserved to reject trol measures. Small-scale opera- any or all bids. tions, undertaken by just one or W. S. CHAPIN, two propel owners in- a neigh- General Manager. borhoodf are mf[cult and quite —• expensive, in the long run, ac- cording to Forestry College tree authorities. Technically, one owner can destroy the beetles on his own trees — but the insects will return again the next year. ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO BIDDERS Board of Education, Central School District *\o. 1, Towns ot Brasher, Lawrence, Stockholm, Hopkinton. Norfolk, Massena, St. Lawrence County, and Bom- bay and Dickiusun, rranklm County, State of New York fcealeu Bids for: Sale and re- moval &t the house and out- buildings owned by the St. Law- c Lcntrai School District lo- cated on school property facing George Street, Brasher Falls. Toastmasters Will Sponsor Speech Award Will Be Received By: Board of [ * Education, St. Lawience Cen- Massena Toastmasters Club tral School, Brasher Falls. : 2110, at the executive and reg- New York ular dinner meeting held at the until 8:00 P.M., Wednesday, 284 Club, Apr. 23, voted to spon- June 10, 1959, at which time bids S or a speaking award for local will be publicly opened and read ^^ ^1^1 students. The purpose est. authoritative information on tree insects, fungi and plant di- seases. The entire series is an integral part of the year-around, public information and education pro- gram of the State University Col- spite the fact that the comptrol- ler's office is the most important fiscal office in the state. Levitt said he was not con- sulted even in the' framing of the annual budget, which he said was compiled by the gover nor and several of his chosen lege of Forestry at Syracuse Un- , few _ ah Republicaas . iversity. 1 Levitt said that the first tim< he saw a copy of the budget wai i after it had been to the press anc. j radio and TV for dissemination. j After subsequent study of the budget, Levitt said, he .made cer- ! tain charges that there would be I upwards of $100 million surplus, which would not be turned into 1 channels that would be benefi- cial to all residents of'the state, but, instead, to a chosen few. He added that no refutation of his charges has-come to date. Tax Concessions Levitt explained that the gover- nor supported and signed into law two Republican bills whi.-h granted tax concessions and tax privileges to corporate exec- tives who are given stock options and to those who participate in stock bonus, prophit-sharing and annuity plans. ! \Not only did he ithe gover- nor) grant tax concessions i_: the future,\ Levitt said, \buf h aloud. The removal of above-describ- of this endeavor is to interest ed house and outbuildings is to ™™ young people in developing be completed within 30 days of j tne abtf*y to speak publicly. UICK TUDOR Speeial, 8 standard transmission, ra- eater, 47,000 miles. Dial or 11 Alden St. after 5 s AND ACCESS. „ n and USED auto parts, tors and starters for prac- all cars. International , guaranted for the life ear. We also do body echanical -work. Roy's arts, Massena-Winthrop dial 9-6029, PEMAI4 3S SS wanted for night 9- at Royal Restaurant. Thos. Dempsev And Son WATER WEUL DRILLING • F. H. A. T«rms •RO 9-3310 * EV 9-24G3g f **——\* Winthrop, LIGHTWEIGHT rowboat or an aluminum car top, dial 9-5623, Ronald H. Snyder. GARDENS to plow for week of May 11 by rotary plow. Dial 9-7285, Ralph Sharp Sr. WILL PAY CASH for good used trailers. Dial 9-5486. PLAYPEN in good condition, must be reasonable. Dial 9^524. LOST AND FOUND 47 FOUND: Large rowboat. Dial 9-6429. LEGAL NOTICE WMMNimMmmanaMinT William Lewie WATER WELL DRILLING W«f*r GiwranfMd or No Charg* Box 116, Rooseveltown Phot* Collect Fort Covington 2133 TAKE NOTICE that Commercial Credit Corp., Malone, N.Y. will sell at public auction May 16, 1959, at 10:30 A.M. at Massena Auto Exchange, Inc., E. Orvi« St. Rd., MaMena, N.Y. 1-1999 Opel, Ser. No. 140960186; 1-1959 Buick, Set. No. 4P1032195; 1- 1959 Bulck, Set. No. 6F3015561; 1-1959 Buick, Ser. No. 4F3018342; 1-195© Buick, Ser. No. 7F3019758; 1-1959 Buick, Ser. No. 4F30M253; 1-1959 Buick, Ser. No. 4F3024270; 1-1959 Buick, Ser. No. 4F1080480 in which John Harrington, De- lores Harrington and Harrington Buick, Inc. have an interest. the acceptance of bid The Board of Education re- serves the right to waive any in- formalities in or to reject any or all bids. ' Mrs. Jean E. Fowler School District Clerk Central School District No. 1 By Order of the: Board of Edu Details for the program will be announced as soon as they can be coordinated. An appro> riate trophy wall be presented annually to the winner by Mas- sena Toastmasters. In other business conducted, the resignation of Al Mellet as president was regretfully accept- Girl Scout Board Met On Thursday The board members of the Girl Scout organization held a meeting at the Troop House Thursday, May 7, with Mrs. .lames Carroll, ^president, in charge. Mrs. Frank Ackerman report- ed on the activities of the camp- ing committee, the plans for camping next Summer, and on the preparations for the Round- up. The delegates to the Round- up met with the girls from Pots- dam and Ogdensburg and Apr. 18 they were given training in outdoor camping. They cleared 1^7^ stock*option bill retro- i according to the St. Lawrewa a space approximately he size . jew S De¥elopmeJlt , (j™*. that will be available to them at ,„ .. ,„„„,,„ , .. ^\\v M***™^ «- r?Tf*~. In other words, corporation < tion. executives wiu either i-_^ .. I Authorities at the corporation; refunds of taxes collected since report ed they had received <>qe r 1950, or they will receive am- complaint that the wake of * nesty for their tax liability dur-! foreign veS sel had done so«# mg this period.\ he said. i damage at a marina under c$« Levitt said that „the governor j stmc tion at the Massena oil' fan* argues that this is necessary to L^^^ -- •*«\• attract top-flight managers for New York business .concerns. No Speed limits in Canada Water Cornwall — There is no set speed limit for freighters and other types of vessels tiaveiliijg open Canadian waters. ;—• This was reveated ..today by Cpl. C. C. Savage of the RCMP, nts below Cornwall had' entered complaints with the Sea- way Authority that wave* fjpfli big vessels have wrecked bout houses and wharves along the waterfront. 1 AMP officials investt> gated the speed laws on Cana- dian waters 'they found there was no limit. \It is possible that a speed limit may be set in the future, but at present ship captains w^j. have to use their own discre- tion,\* he said. ;: lf t^r- is any damage caused by high waves, the ships may be held responsible, but that issue would have to be test- ed through the courts,\ said Cpjt c avage. \\Won freighters have slowed iown. however, and the hugjjt •>'av>s have stopped. Apparently the big ships w«» racing to be first into Tor^ntt shortly after the St. Lawrenc Seaway opened. Now the ra*e is over and the high waves hafS subsided. Shins using Amencan waters between the Eisenhower lock anff Iroquois must obey speed lawjji', cation, Central School District j ed. Joe Marmo was nominated to No. 1, Towns of\ Brasher, Law- jsucced Mr. Mellet. rence, Stockholm, Hopkinton, Norfolk, Massena, St. Law- Hank Hendrickson was com- mended for bis speech presented Ten ^^ nty ' J? d H t Bo S! ,ay a* «» a\* «»** *\** to w *' and Dickinson, Franklin Coun ty. Dated; May 5, 1959 TAKE NOTICE that Commercial Credit Corp., Malone, N.Y. will sell at public auction May 16,. 1959 at 10 a.m. at Massena Auto Exchange. Inc., E. Orvis St. Rd.. Massena. N.Y. 1-1954 Olds- mobile, Ser. No. 549L5415; 1-1956 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon, Ser. No. B56T031565; 1-1956 Chevrolet, Ser. No. VC56FI59634; 1-1956 Ford, Ser. No. V6M6110341; 1. 1>56 Ford. Ser. No. M6B28246. in which John Harrington, Detores Harrington and Harringtoa I M**. Park€ Erwm, Mrs, Buick Inc. nave in interest. Hardy. .. j- . Moose Women Meet Tuesday The W.O.TJtf. wfll hold its regular meeting at the Moose Hall on Tuesday, Mfcv 12 at 8 p.m. This vitO. be hospital chap- ter night. Ruth Besio, chairman, assisted by GerakUne Phelix will hold a white elephant sale to raiae /unds to help out with med- ical expenses for one of the older members of the chapter who has been 1H for quite sometime. ertown, Apr. 18. Charles Payne of the Cornwall, Ontario, Toastmasters Club was a guest at the meeting in which prepared speeches were deliver- ed by Tom Rbscoe, Reece Har- rill,, Dave Zimmerman and John Chapman. Harry Schriver pre- sided as toastroaster for the evening. GUILD TO MEET \ St. Monica's Branch of the Woman's Auxiliary, St. John's Church, will meet in the parish building Tuesday, May 12, at 7:45 p.m. Mrs. Roland Durand will speak on the work of the church Attar Guild. The com- mittee for the meeting will be Mrs. C, H. Schreyer, Mrs. Her- bert Hatch, Mrs. R, E. Hallock, John Spring Programs Slated Hiis Week Norwood—The annual Spring programs -of the elementary grades of the Norwood-Norfolk Central School will be held this IVCUlk* The Norfolk Grade School pro- gram will be held in the new auditorium on Tuesday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m. The Norwood Grade School program will be held Wednesday May 13, at the new auditorium in that school. Both presentations are entitled \The New Look of Spring\ and are under the direction of the grade school music teacher, Mrs. Barbara Taranto. Grades kindergarten through sixth art included in toe programs. the Roundup and pitched their tents; jobs were assigned to them and a definite time in which to complete them. Apr. 24-26 the girls went to Camp Tre- foil with Mrs. Virgil Stanger ac- companying them. They lived outdors and prepared their meals over charcoal fires. They designed their patrol flag and made plans for further training. Oh the weekends of May 15 and May 22 they will camp in the vicinity of Ogdensburg ' again. Mrs. Fred McDonald reported that the training workshop was well attended and successful. Mrs. Mae Kessler spoke for the troop house committee and told of the aquisitions that were majde. lifcrs. Samuel Demo gave the report for the Troop Organiza- tion Committee. Two new troops have been formed and two new meeting places are available. The Program Committee was in charge Of the Songfest held Tuesday at the town hall and is planning a mother and daughter banquet and a pageant in the Fall. In closing the meeting, Mrs. Carroll asked all the chairman to prepare,a report of the money spent by midyear for the June meeting. \Certainly this is important.\ the comptroller said, \but is # Vessel captains and ]$<** '' all under 4n£tWCt|ons to according -i to - CARS-TRUCKS-TRWTOtt Demonstration Unit to Meet The Massena Progressive Home Demonstration Unit will meet Thursday night, May 14, at 8 o'clock in St. John's Parish Hall. Folowing the regular meet- ing a program will'be presented, Mrs. Pauline Goode, president of the St, Lawrence Hairdressers Association, and iMiss Mary Baxter, secretary, will give a lesson and demonstration; on hair care. Each member will he given individual ' attention. Members are asked to remember the equipment for the lesson. '58 CADILLAC Sedan dtViUe, 6,000 miles. 58 STUDE. GoWen Hawk/11,000 miJw '57 STUDE. Silver Hivtk, 16;0QQ mile* '56 PACKARD Executive Sedan, small mileage '55 PACKARD Patrician Sedan, excellent 1 S4 STUDE. Champ, 2 Dr.,.nice and clean / — MANY OTpMMM — CASH - TRADE - EASY TEAMS HEW FARM TRACTOBS AND FARM EQUIPMENT IN STOCK m NEW PICK-TJP ?BTOSS $1895.00 *65 CHEV7 % Ton Piek-Up, 4 Speed Trans. la He RlvllAnll InVe East Orvis St. Ph. RO 9 2370 ,11 I I * •ft: I \list m

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